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Placename

Akashi.

Latitude / Longitude

34.7
134.7

data

ID:30165
A:Akashi.
B:Open site on cliff of Pacific coast, Nishiyagi, Ookubo, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, 30 km W of Kobe,Japan.
C:3442N
D:13442E
E:N. Naora, 18 April 1931.
F:Near the base of Nishiyagi gravel bed of Uemati formation. M. Ichihara 1960, Some Problems of the Quaternary Sediments, Osaka and Akashi Area, Earth Sci., Tokyo, 49: 15-25.
H:Early Pleistocene(?). F. Takai & T. Tanai 1948, On the So-called Nipponanthropus-bearing formation, Zinruigaku Zassi(J. anthrop. Soc. Japan), Tokyo, 60: 117-120. Late Pleistocene(?). M. Ichihara 1960.
I:None reported.
J:Palaeoloxodon naumanni, Parastegodon akashiensis. Mollusca: Batilaria, Cyclina orientalis. F. Takai & T. Tanai 1948. S. Miki 1937, Plant fossils from the Stegodon beds and the Elephas beds near Akashi, Japan J. Bot., Tokyo, 8: 303-341.
M:Akashi 1. adult male?: os coxae(f).
N:N. Naora 1936, Pleistocene in Japan and Origin of Man, Minerva, Tokyo, 1: 147-156.
O:K. Hasebe 1948, A human coxal bone from Lower Pleistocene deposit at Nishiyagi, Zinruigaku Zassi(J. anthrop. Soc. Japan), Tokyo, 60: 32-36. Nipponanthropus akasiensis.
Q:K. Hasebe 1948. N. Watanabe 1950, On the possible preservation of bone in the fossil-bearing formation near Akashi, Zinruigaku Zassi(J. anthrop. Soc. Japan), Tokyo, 61: 183-190.
R:N. Naora 1954, Old Stone Age in Japan, Waseda University, Tokyo.
S:Bone destroyed on 25 May 1945 in World War II.
T:c/o Prof. N. Naora, Department of Mineral Engineering, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Tokyo.

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